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CRM: Salesforce acquires roundCorner

Salesforce announced that it has acquired roundCorner. Together, they will power a unified CRM solution for fundraising, alumni and donor outreach.

roundCorner specializes in enterprise CRM solutions for nonprofits and other impact sectors.

“Salesforce.org aims to empower the social good sector. We dedicate our technology, industry expertise and also employee volunteerism to it,” said Rob Acker, CEO of Salesforce.org. “Together, Salesforce.org and roundCorner will further power our community of customers with solutions to advance their missions.”

An enterprise solution to transform the social impact sector

roundCorner is the first Salesforce.org Platinum App Partner for the nonprofit market in North America. It offers CRM technology solutions for enterprise nonprofit organizations, higher education institutions and foundations to become constituent-centric with products such as NGO Connect, Advancement Connect and Foundation Connect.

roundCorner empowers customers with fundraising and grants management built on Salesforce. Consequently, they can connect with each of their constituents from one single place.

In 2016, roundCorner joined Pledge 1%. Pledge 1% is a corporate philanthropy movement by Salesforce. It is dedicated to making the community a key stakeholder in every business.

Acquisition to accelerate innovation for Salesforce.org’s community

roundCorner technology will extend the power of Nonprofit Cloud, Education Cloud and Philanthropy Cloud as Salesforce.org continues to deliver solutions for fundraising, alumni and donor outreach.

Together, Salesforce.org and roundCorner will accelerate customers’ impact in their communities, whether a nonprofit, educational institution or a foundation. By making a unified system for connecting fundraising, advancement and engagement systems, Salesforce.org and roundCorner will unlock new ways to connect to constituents and optimize existing technology solutions.

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